Spy cameras could soon know what we're thinking and feeling

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INGSOC
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Spy cameras could soon know what we're thinking and feeling simply by scanning our BODIES - and there may be no way to opt-out

The claims were made by Dolby Labs' chief scientist Poppy Crum at Ted 2018
She studies people's reactions as they watch films using scanning techniques
Future devices could be set up in public spaces to harvest this valuable data
There will be no way for us to opt out or ditch this passive technology, she warns


Our bodies give off various signals that can be scanned and analysed by advanced computer systems, revealing everything from our current mood to our overall health.

In a similar way to wearable gadgets already available, future devices could be set up throughout public spaces to harvest this valuable bio-data.

Because they are part of our surrounding environment there will be no way for us to opt out or ditch the technology and new regulations will be needed, she warns.
 

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Spy cameras could soon know what we're thinking and feeling simply by scanning our BODIES - and there may be no way to opt-out

The claims were made by Dolby Labs' chief scientist Poppy Crum at Ted 2018
She studies people's reactions as they watch films using scanning techniques
Future devices could be set up in public spaces to harvest this valuable data
There will be no way for us to opt out or ditch this passive technology, she warns


Our bodies give off various signals that can be scanned and analysed by advanced computer systems, revealing everything from our current mood to our overall health.

In a similar way to wearable gadgets already available, future devices could be set up throughout public spaces to harvest this valuable bio-data.

Because they are part of our surrounding environment there will be no way for us to opt out or ditch the technology and new regulations will be needed, she warns.
The Technology has already been around for a long time. It's called a "wife".
 

LightRoasted

If I may ...
If I may ...

As far as this technology goes, it won't work on women. If god can't figure them out, how can we have the hubris to think we can figure out what they are thinking or feeling?
 
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